Celebrating 100 Years of Helping People Live Meaningful Lives

The Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2018. As one of the original reconstructive aide programs developed to address the needs of returning soldiers from World War I, our Program is honored to be part of the rich history of the occupational therapy profession.

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Thank you to everyone who attended our Centennial Gala Weekend.

Program in Occupational Therapy Centennial Video

The Program in Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine has advanced knowledge, cultivated leaders, empowered lives and engaged communities for 100 years.

Program in Occupational Therapy: Alumni Voices

Gloria Levin, Class of 1967, recalls what the curriculum was like in the 1960s.

Program in Occupational Therapy: Student Voices

Current students share their thoughts on how the Program will impact the OT profession moving forward.

Reflections by Philip Skroska

Philip Skroska, librarian and archivist at Becker Medical Library, has been instrumental in helping us research our rich history for our Centennial book and celebrations this year.

Alumni Profiles